YEAR 12 ACCOUNTING UNIT: ES5 Non-Current Assets UNIT OVERVIEW This unit focuses on the recording of accounting entries for purchasing, depreciating and disposing of different types of property, plant and equipment. ASSESSMENT: 90 minute exam UNIT DETAILS: No Learning Goal Success Criteria (I Know I’ve got it when I can …) 1 Explain and categorise current and noncurrent assets. Clearly explain and correctly identify and classify assets as either current or noncurrent. 2 Describe asset and accumulated depreciation accounts. Name and describe the accounts in the noncurrent section of the balance sheet. 3 Explain the purpose of a property, plant and equipment register. Define and list items included in the register. 4 Distinguish between capital and revenue expenditure items. Compare and contrast capital and revenue expenditure. Correctly classify expenditure as capital or revenue. 5 Explain the distinction between depreciation, depletion and amortisation. Describe the different ways non-current assets diminish over time. 6 Explain the cost allocation concept of depreciation. Calculate depreciation using both straight line and diminishing balance methods. 7 Analyse ledger accounts related to noncurrent assets. Analyse the accuracy of ledger accounts by identifying whether entries have been correctly recorded. If not provide recommendations on how to rectify. 8 Record the accounting entries for the purchase of non-current assets. Correctly prepare general journal entries to record purchasing assets, including both capital and revenue expenditure. 9 Record accounting entries for depreciation of property, plant and equipment. Correctly prepare general journal entries to record depreciation for non-current assets. 10 List the five steps of disposing of a noncurrent asset. 11 Prepare a timeline, journal entries, ledger accounts and balance sheet extracts to account for the purchase, depreciation and disposal of a non-current asset over a number of years. Correctly prepare journal entries, ledger accounts and Balance Sheets extracts to record the purchase, depreciation and disposal of non-current assets for a set number of years.